conservation

03/22
2017

What’s abuzz with team Wild Lens..

As a proud, newly minted member of the Wild Lens team, I’d like to introduce myself: Hello! I’m Stacey Hollis, I’ll be contributing to the Wild Lens blog with stories… Read more »




02/02
2016

Wild New Year Resolution!

We were recently inspired by a crowdfunding campaign that was shared by a fellow biologist Geno Rango seeking support for a Guadalupe fur seal project that he is involved with…. Read more »




09/25
2015

The next wave of filming for Souls of the Vermilion Sea begins!

  It has been several months since we started the production of Souls of the Vermilion Sea.  During this time we have been reviewing hours of footage from our first visit… Read more »




06/11
2015

The first wave of filming is near its end!

Every day has been full of unexpected encounters, which of course keeps things alive and exciting. Recently there was a pleasant cooling trend that spawned from the out edge of… Read more »




06/06
2015

Sounds Of The Vermilion Sea

Sounds of the Vermilion Sea It’s my first morning to watch the sun bring the sea to life.  There’s a light breeze and the sand is cool on my feet…. Read more »




06/06
2015

San Felipe or Bust!

After two and half weeks of filming in San Diego and Ensenada, I have finally made it to San Felipe, Mexico and the Vermilion Sea where the Vaquita reside.  The… Read more »




12/11
2014

Der Stellersche Seelöwe (Steller Sea Lion)

For the last three years while assuming my role as Project Director on our Eyes on Conservation series I have been working in Alaska on a Steller sea lion survival… Read more »




06/30
2014

Bluebirding in Maine

Anyone who attended this year’s North American Bluebird Society conference in Boise, ID a few weeks back is likely to have met my mom Candy. My mom traveled all the… Read more »




06/25
2014

The spider that jumped at me…

***The following is a guest blog post from biologist and researcher Matt Adams. Matt is asking some fascinating research questions about a group of animals that are often unfairly demonized:… Read more »




06/17
2014

An Update from the Texas Horned Lizard Project

***The following is our second post from Wild Lens volunteer Rachel Granberg, who is studying the Texas Horned Lizard as a part of her Master’s research at Texas Tech University…. Read more »